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Mt. Hood from the Timberline Trail above Lamberson Butte. Trees at this elevation grow incredibly slow and never get much over ten foot tall.

aaw.jpg This tree trunk has been sandblasted by storms that rake Mt. Hood. The wood is worn away faster than it can turn gray. The grit almost polishes the wood smooth.ThumbnailsJasmine found some shade along the trail while I took some pictures of Mt. Hood and nearby wildflowers.This tree trunk has been sandblasted by storms that rake Mt. Hood. The wood is worn away faster than it can turn gray. The grit almost polishes the wood smooth.ThumbnailsJasmine found some shade along the trail while I took some pictures of Mt. Hood and nearby wildflowers.This tree trunk has been sandblasted by storms that rake Mt. Hood. The wood is worn away faster than it can turn gray. The grit almost polishes the wood smooth.ThumbnailsJasmine found some shade along the trail while I took some pictures of Mt. Hood and nearby wildflowers.This tree trunk has been sandblasted by storms that rake Mt. Hood. The wood is worn away faster than it can turn gray. The grit almost polishes the wood smooth.ThumbnailsJasmine found some shade along the trail while I took some pictures of Mt. Hood and nearby wildflowers.This tree trunk has been sandblasted by storms that rake Mt. Hood. The wood is worn away faster than it can turn gray. The grit almost polishes the wood smooth.ThumbnailsJasmine found some shade along the trail while I took some pictures of Mt. Hood and nearby wildflowers.

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